How to Keep Utility Workers Safe in the Heat

How to Keep Utility Workers Safe in the Heat

Ah, the summer months. This time of the year usually consists of swimming, barbecuing, maybe some visits to the lake. Most people seem to look forward to the hotter months of the year…until they find themselves sweating in the intense heat as they work. The CDC... read more
How to Avoid Tampering at Your Water Utility

How to Avoid Tampering at Your Water Utility

Recently in Indiana, three youths were found tampering with the local water supply. As a result, the town had to purchase and disseminate 330 cases of water to customers to prevent any issues related with the incident. Water tampering can be a costly situation. Avoid... read more
The Urban Water Atlas: How Europe Does Water Management

The Urban Water Atlas: How Europe Does Water Management

On April 27, 2017, the European Commission published the Urban Water Atlas. The atlas lists factors that affect water management choices across Europe. The first of its kind, this document describes how factors such as climate, food choices, weather patterns, and... read more
What You Need to Know about the WannaCry Ransomware Attack

What You Need to Know about the WannaCry Ransomware Attack

Technology is a wonderful asset. It can help simplify tasks by automating much of what we used to do manually. However, with these benefits also comes some potential for problems. Anytime you use computer software, the possibility of a cyber attack exists. Recently,... read more
3 Networking Tips for Rural Water Utilites

3 Networking Tips for Rural Water Utilites

Water utilities are faced with more problems than the average customer may realize. There could be issues with equipment, water quality, or lack of resources. Often, finding a solution requires a little creativity. That is why networking is so important for the water... read more
How Flooding Impacts Water Management

How Flooding Impacts Water Management

An abundance of rain in the spring season can create issues for our drinking supply and sanitation. Flooding is one of the most common natural hazards in the United States. According to USA Today, 2016 was a record high for flooding,causing billions of dollars in... read more
How to Find Information about Your Local Water Quality

How to Find Information about Your Local Water Quality

Water quality is an important issue. Excessive contaminants in drinking water can cause persistent issues for you and your family. As evidenced by the 2014 water crisis in Flint Michigan, contamination of drinking water can have lasting effects on local populations.... read more
Tips for Troubleshooting your SCADA System

Tips for Troubleshooting your SCADA System

SCADA systems are responsible for collecting and transmitting a TON of information. As a result, it can seem overwhelming when things don’t seem to be working. In these cases, troubleshooting is your friend. Like a personal computer or any other system containing... read more

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